Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Extended Cognition Workshop -- Amsterdam, June 27th-28th 2011

To mark the end of Catarina Dutilh Novaes’ VENI-project on formal languages and
the new appointment of Julian Kiverstein at the philosophy department of the
University of Amsterdam, a workshop on extended cognition will take place in
Amsterdam on June 27th--28th (afternoon on the 27th, whole day on the 28th), in
the Oudemanhuispoort building of the university. The focus will be on
conceptions of extended cognition in the spirit of ‘second-wave EM’ (Sutton) or
‘cognitive integration’ (Menary).

Invited speakers:
        * Richard Menary (Wollongong), TBA
        * Julian Kiverstein (Edinburgh/Amsterdam), TBA
        * Helen de Cruz (Leuven), "Extended cognition in mathematical practice: The
case of Chinese algebra"
        * John Protevi (LSU), "Extended Cognition, extended responsibility: cyborgs in
modern warfare"
        * Catarina Dutilh Novaes (Amsterdam), "Formal languages in logic and extended
cognition"

Contributed papers:
        * Bryce Huebner (Georgetown), "Responsibility for socially scaffolded minds"
        * Joel Krueger (Copenhagen), "Extended cognition and shared emotions"
        * Erik Myin (Antwerp), "Bound by parity?"
        * Jurgis Skilters et al. (Latvia), "Extended selves in distributed social
networks"
        * Mirko Farina (Edinburg), "Finding my Mind: a Case for Extended Cognition"


REGISTRATION: The workshop is open to all, but please register by sending an
email to  cdutilhnovaes [youknowwhat] yahoo.com no later than June 13th (a small
registration fee of EUR 10 will be charged on the spot to cover for catering).
For further inquiries, contact Catarina Dutilh Novaes at cdutilhnovaes
[youknowwhat] yahoo.com

1 comment:

  1. Catarina Dutilh NovaesApril 20, 2011 at 5:53 AM

    Let me note that there is one more contributed paper, which unfortunately was not included in the announcement I sent around this week:

    Pierre Steiner (Louvain), "Unhappy coupling: extended cognition with representationalism"

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